IJM Land celebrates grand opening of new gallery, unveiling IJM Bayouri in Jawi

(From left) IJM Land Bhd chief operating officer Datuk Tony Ling Thou Lung, its chief executive officer Datuk Wong Tuck Wai, Penang local government, town and country planning committee chairman cum Jawi assemblyman Jason H’ng Mooi Lye, Seberang Perai City Council town and country planning director Norliza Abdullah and IJM Land Bhd (northern region) general manager Goh Su Yin at ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the grand opening of IJM Bayouri Gallery in Penang.

JAWI: IJM Land Bhd celebrated the launch of its latest property gallery, unveiling IJM Bayouri, its modern freehold mixed development located in the Seberang Perai southern district in Penang.

The ceremony was graced by Jawi assemblyman cum Penang local government, town and country planning committee chairman Jason H’ng Mooi Lye together with representatives from state authorities and business associates. Other attendees at the ceremony included IJM Land senior management team.

The gallery, measuring a total of 5,700sq ft is a modern and interactive gallery that showcases an overview of IJM Bayouri’s sustainable development, its masterplan, its vision of being a part of the community’s growth and product offerings to the public.

IJM Bayouri caters to various homebuyers, from first-time purchasers to upgraders as well as young adults. Spanning over 28.3ha with a GDV of approximately RM630mil, IJM Bayouri defines a new perfection for modern and quality living in the region offering fresh premise, new ideas and the very best integration of family lifestyle, security, amenities, connectivity, health as well as natural green and recreational components. This ensures that sustainable value is enjoyed by residents in the form of enhanced quality of life.

IJM Bayouri will be developed over an estimated five years. It will comprise terrace homes, semi-detached residences, garden homes, commercial shops and a 2.83ha open space dedicated to lush green spaces.

“With our strong presence in Penang, we are excited to embark on this next phase of growth,” said IJM Land chief executive officer Datuk Wong Tuck Wai.

“Our expansion into Jawi marks a strategic move to enhance our presence in Penang and deepen our reputation as a developer of choice.

“The development is significant for IJM Land as it aims to enhance liveability and the town’s distinct character and charm - through delivery of a diverse range of new homes, lifestyle amenities, more green areas as well as commercial and community facilities, while injecting vibrancy into Jawi town.”

Sustainability initiatives will feature strongly in the IJM Bayouri development, such as through sensitive and sustainable design, and the innovative use of energy and water efficiency measures. The development centers on ecologically responsive homes that positively impact both occupants and the environment in promoting sustainable living. To reaffirm its commitment to green environments, the gallery has been designed with sustainability in mind, such as the installation of solar panels and double-glazing, adoption of rainwater harvesting systems, and implementation of passive design to enhance energy efficiency and reduce environmental impact.

Strategically located near the North South Expressway interchange, IJM Bayouri will allow a thriving community to come alive within a liveable and accessible residential address. This prime location not only enhances connectivity, but also presents endless opportunities for growth and prosperity.

The gallery, is located at Lot 10609, Mukim 11, Jalan Nibong Tebal, Sungai Jawi, Seberang Perai Selatan, Penang, is open from 8.30am to 5.30pm on weekdays and 10am to 5pm. on weekends and public holidays.

For enquiries, visit https://ijmland.com/ or contact the gallery at 604-582 8111.

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